Question about 1999 Dodge Dakota
No, there should not be fluid in the boot covering the inner tie rod end. Fluid there indicates a seal leak in the rack. If the boot was nice and tight, there is no way to know how severe the leak is . Try running it with the boot off and see how much dripping is going on. If its not not a lot, you could try a p/s anti leak additive. At worst, it won't fix it and you will have to either live with it or change the rack.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
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